Pursuing the vision for Kellogg
On Thursday 27th October friends of Kellogg attended a special afternoon tea in the Hub and launched our newly formed legacy society.
Friends who pledge to leave a gift to Kellogg will be invited to become a member of the Vincent Strudwick society – a society established to thank and celebrate all those who have so generously decided to leave a lasting legacy to Kellogg in their will.
The Rev Canon Dr Vincent Strudwick is one of Kellogg’s earliest Fellows and now an Honorary Fellow and Emeritus Fellow of the College. Our newly formed Legacy Society is named in honour of Vincent, his work, and continued support of the College.
During the launch event, Vincent told us:
The thing about Kellogg is we are sharing a common vision with people who are all different. We are a Pluralist fellowship and community, with sometimes opposing and certainly diverse political, cultural, secular, religious, and gender backgrounds and ideas. Having this freedom to be different enables us to join together in the co-operative venture of education, that is to do with respecting our difference, and pursuing a vision that is not conforming to any orthodoxy, but is truly character building for future generations as they strive for justice, peace and equality.
A gift in your will can make a lasting contribution for future generations, whether it endows scholarships or bursaries for gifted students or helps provide new facilities and resources vital to their success.
If you have already included or intend to remember Kellogg in your will, please let the Development office know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org